The Gorillaz are absolutely not playing around with the build up for their next album, Humanz. After releasing four new songs recently, they’re back with a new joint called “Let Me Out” that features Pusha T and Mavis Staples. Stream “Let Me Out” below.
Common brings his “Black America Again” back to the forefront once more with a new remix that features verses from Gucci Mane and Pusha T. Of course, BJ The Chicago Kid is still holding the chorus down in elegant fashion. Common, Gucci Mane and Push aren’t necessarily the most expected combination, but they prove to . . .
New Jersey native Moxie Raia takes to the jungle to deliver beautiful visuals for her dark single, “On My Mind.” The record, which features a guest verse from G.O.O.D. Music head honcho Pusha T, is a standout track from Moxie’s debut project, 931. Watch the video for “On My Mind” below, and check out the . . .
After releasing the “H.G.T.V.” music video yesterday, Pusha T returns with “Circles” featuring Ty Dolla Sign fellow G.O.O.D. music artist Desiigner. We’ve got it all as Pusha “Blowbama” T delivers spreads bars over the twerk-ready track, Ty Dolla smooths things out with ease, and Desiigner sprinkles adlibs everywhere like a Fairly OddParent’s pixie dust. Listen . . .
“Jokers at the top know the King is nothing to play with.” Euggghk. The best rapper with cornrows in 2016, one of Virginia’s finest, Pusha T himself is back with a Mike WiLL Made-It-produced single called “H.G.T.V.” Production is minimalistic, allowing Push’s quiet but menacing persona to take center stage with ease. The G.O.O.D. Music . . .
If you only know a few things about Pusha T, hopefully you know that he’s about getting money. The Virginia legend teamed up with Jeremih for a money-motivated new single called “Paid” that draws from Western movie-influenced instrumentation. This song will be featured on The Land, a drama about skaters in the streets of California. Yesterday, we . . .
“Dear Lord, when it’s all said and done, I pray I’m forgiven for my wrongs, and when they tell the story, it ends righteously.” DJ Drama begins “Boyz In The Hood” with a prayer. The song itself features verses from Meek Mill and Pusha T, along with a soulful chorus courtesy of Ty Dolla Sign. . . .
“You can do all my drugs with me” We all have our vices and Florida artist, Villz, is no exception with is new single, “Drugs.” G.O.O.D. Music’s Pusha T offers an assist on the well-versed topic. Listen to the Syk Sense and Fademajah produced “Drugs” below and purchase your copy at iTunes.
Wanna make a song about flicking the wrist? It’s almost obligatory to pursue a verse from Mr. “My niece was four when she felt chinchilla” himself, Pusha T. Logic did just that on his high octane new release, which was premiered by Zane Lowe via Beats 1 Radio. Stream the Logic and 6ix-produced “Wrist” below.
Major Lazer unleashes the official music video to their Peace Is The Mission standout track, “Night Riders.” The song is itself is full of features, but Travis Scott was the only artist to appear in the visuals. Travis plays his part and has a solid visual performance, but if you pay attention and watch until . . .
Virginia meets New York, as “Drug Dealers Anonymous” marks the first Pusha T and Jay Z appear on a track together since 2010. The stage was set earlier today, with Pusha T‘s tweet: First single off the forthcoming #KingPush Album…Tonight pic.twitter.com/QOYhhAQiy4 — King Push (@PUSHA_T) May 31, 2016 The online buzz quickly grew into a . . .
Royce Da 5’9 shares “Layers”, the title track from his upcoming project. It’s a major collaboration as he recruits Pusha T and Rick Ross for the song as, well. As you can imagine, it’s a bar-driven affair with heavy hitters like this. You’ll be tuning into to every word to not miss any lyrical gems . . .
Red Bull Sound Select is known for sparking some otherwise unexpected musical collaborations. “Illusions” is the latest to come to light. River Tiber is a Toronto-based musician and producer. “Illusions” is an eloquent, moody groove that just so happens to feature a guest verse from the Virginia legend Pusha T himself. Push came up as a . . .
Sometimes, the names involved are all you need to know. Today, “sometimes” is now. Baauer recruits Future and Pusha T, two of the most distinctly iconic rappers in the game, for “Kung Fu,” a track sizzling with energy and suspense from start to finish. Baauer supplies high energy, futuristic production and both guest artists assert themselves with . . .
Hail to the Chief. After being newly minted as the President of G.O.O.D. Music, Pusha T has set out to set the rap world on fire. Pusha has taken his new role with a rejuvenated vigor. Since his appointment, he has gone on to make several media appearances to not only promote the release of . . .